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THOMPSON ACADEMY 

Boston, Massachusetts 

1969 




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Calvin Page Bartlett 
Chairman of the Corporation 



Calvin Page Bartlett, outstanding lawyer with the firm of Hill & Barlow in 
Boston, became a Trustee of the Academy in 1944. From 1951 to 1968 he 
served as President of the Board and recently has moved to the position of Chair- 
man of the Corporation following the election of Mr. Williams as President. 

During Mr. Bartlett's long tenure as President he asserted the leadership 
w/iich brought about a great many changes in the physical plant and academic 
life of the school: the addition of the Alumni Gymnasium, the new Dormitory, 
and the new Faculty House; the remodeling and renovation of the Main Building, 
the Kitchen-Dining Room area, and the Science Laboratories; and the conversion 
of the old Gymnasium to the present Chapel. 

The Students, Faculty and Staff of the Academy wish to express their sincere 
appreciation and gratitude to Mr. Bartlett for his many years of enthusiastic and 
devoted support in helping to bring about t/iese important advances. 




Ben Ames Williams, Jr. 
President of the Board of Trustees 

At the 134th annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of Thompson Academy, 
Mr. Ben Ames Wdliams, Jr. was elected President. Mr. Williams succeeds Mr. 
Calvin Page Bartlett who was elected Chairman of the Corporation after 24 years 
of dedicated service to the school. 

Mr. Williams was recently elected President of the Old Colony Trust Com- 
pany, an allied institution of the First National Bank of Boston. He has been 
associated with the "First" since 1941 . 

Our new President has been a Trustee of Thompson Academy for eight years 
and for the past three he has served as Vice President. 

All of us on the island wish Mr. Williams well and hope that he will find 
his new position as President of the Board a rewarding experience. 



Trustees 



Calvin Page Bartlett 

Chairman of the Corporation 

Ben Ames Williams, Jr., President 

George Lewis, Vice President and Assistant Secretary 

Henry Lyman, Vice President 

Bayard Henry, Vice President 

John B. Pierce, Jr., Secretary 

Bartlett Harwood, Jr., Treasurer 

Eleanor C. Canavan, Assistant Treasurer 

Howland S. Warren 

Lawrence Terry 

John Q. Adams 

Patrick Grant 

Hon. Joseph S. Mitchell, Jr. 

Raymond Thomas 

Nathaniel T. Dexter 

Arthur G. Miller, Ed.D. 

Philip H. Lord 

Thomas G. Brown, Jr. 

Walter M. Cabot 

Robert Stone 

Hon. Henry M. Leen 

David Wicks 
Calvin Page Bartlett 

Moses Williams 

Guido R. Perera, Jr. 

Edward V. Osberg 

Samuel L. Lowe, Jr. 

John W. Sears 
Joshua L. Miner III 




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Mr. George Wright has given a part of himself to each and every 
one of us. 

We shall be forever grateful for his invaluable assistance in 
filling out our college applications, sending out transcripts, and writing 
recommendations. In addition, we shall never forget his inspiring and 
enthusiastic teaching. 

For his loyalty and support, we, the Class of 1969, dedicate this 
yearbook to: 



MR. GEORGE WRIGHT 



A^recudwn 




We, the Class of 1969, shall be forever indebted to Mr. Pinto, 
without whose help this yearbook would not have been successfully 
completed. For his devotion to his students, for his understanding of 
our problems, and for his kindness to all, we take this opportunity to 
express our appreciation to: 

MR. JOHN DECIUS PINTO 



JnMmoriam 




Robert Francis Kennedy 
1925- 1968 



Martin Luther King 
1929- 1968 



DwiGHT David Eisenhower 
1890- 1969 



This page of our yearbook is dedicated to the memory of three great 
Americans. All three, Dr. Martin Luther King, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and 
Robert F. Kennedy, had a dream, and, as all of us know, each man dedicated 
his life to t/w fulfdlment of his dream. 

Dr. King dreamed of an America where black men were free from social 
prejudices and hatreds. He was a man who dreamed of an America where his 
brothers and sisters could not be denied an education because their skins were 
black. Martin Luther King's dream was all of this and more, and he died trying 
to make his dream a reality. 

General Eisenhower, although he was a military man, dreamed of peace — 
a lasting peace among nations and among people. He carried this dream to the 
people of the world, first as Allied Supreme Commander during the Second World 
War, and then as President of the United States. During his eight years in office. 
President Eisenhower never ceased pursuing his dream. 

Robert F. Kennedy dreamed of a world of peace and progress for all people 
but particularly he was an inspiration to the youth of America. Because he rep- 
resented the ideals of the younger generation, we all saw in him hope for a national 
leader that could understand our thoughts and resolve our problems. 

Each of these men, as different as they might have been, represented an idea 
that could only better mankind. The passing of each means that we have lost a 
crusader for our own betterment. 



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Robert R. Kitching 



On November 12, 1968, Mr. Robert R. Kitching completed 40 years of 
service to Thompson Academy. Mr. Kitching came to the school in 1928 to be 
head of the poultry department. For years, Mr. Kitching was responsible for 
raising all the chickens and eggs consumed at the school. 

Semi-retired since 1963 when the school stopped farming, Mr. Kitching still 
lives in the Main Building and can be seen every morning doing his chores about 
the school. 

All of us here at Thompson would like to take this opportunity to salute 
Mr. Kitching for his outstanding dedication to the school. We hope that he will 
continue his service to Thompson and that we will be able to salute him on 
future milestones. 



Admmstratwri and Faeuh/ 





MR. FRANK D. DIBBLE 

Headmaster 



Mr. Dibble is completing his second year as Headmaster here at Thompson 
Academy, but it seems as though he has been here much longer. This is suggested 
by the great changes that have taken place in the last two years in the academic 
curriculum and in the athletic program. A better preparation for college is offered 
now, and, as a result, a greater number of Thompson students are matriculating at 
institutions of higher learning. 

The enlarged athletic program has enabled more boys with varied interests 
and abilities to participate in competitive sports, including the new soccer team, 
as well as the additions last year of cross country, hockey, and lacrosse. 

These innovations have greatly improved Thompson Academy and have made 
it a school where boys can obtain a well-rounded preparation for whatever task 
they may seek to undertake in the future. We, his students, would like to thank 
him for what he has done for us and wish him well in his future efforts to make 
Thompson Academy an outstanding institution. 




MRS. RITA DIBBLE 



Mrs. Frank Dibble is the woman behind Thompson Academy's headmaster. 
Her energy and enthusiasm have been noticed and felt by all on the island. 

Mrs. Dibble spent her childhood in Holyoke, Massachusetts. After attending 
local schools, she went on to the Springfield Museum and Library. There she 
learned the functions of a library. This experience proved invaluable in the im- 
provement and restructuring of the Thompson Academy Library. 

Mrs. Dibble also displayed her considerable cooking talent, in a time of 
crisis, by cooking for the whole school for two weeks. 

We, the Class of 1969, wish to take this opportunity to express to her our 
warmest appreciation for her contribution to the school. 




MR. RAYMOND THOMAS 

Assistant Headmaster 

Athletic Director 

Industrial A rts 

Varsity Baseball Coach 

J.V. Football Coach 




MR. HERBERT CAREY 

Director of Admissions 
Director of Development 





MR. CHARLES BAXTER 

Administrative Assistant 
Head of Buildings 
Purchasing Agent 



MR. GEORGE WRIGHT 

Director of Studies 

Head of History Department 

College Counselor 




MR. JON ROSE 

Dean of Boys 

Head Varsity Football Coach 

Varsity Hockey Coach 

History 




MR. JOHN KLINE 

Comptroller, English 

Head of Business Education 

Supervisor of Student Accounts 




MR. RALPH LINDSEY 

Adjustment Counselor 




MR. DAVID PARR 

Mathematics, Physics 

Assistant Varsity Football Coach 

Head Lacrosse Coach 




MR. JOHN PINTO 

Head of Mathematics Department 

Physics 

Director of Publicity 

Yearbook Advisor 



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MR. ALLAN WILLIS 

//eflfi? of Science Department 

Cross Country Coach 

Assistant Baseball Coach 





MR. ADOLFO MIGUEL 

Head of Foreign Languages Department 



MR. DONALD MERRY 

Mathematics, Biology, Spanish 

Head Soccer Coach 

Assistant Lacrosse Coach 




MR. DAVID TURA 

English, Mathematics 

Assistant Football Coach 

Assistant Basketball Coach 

Director of Weight-Lifting 




MR. MARVIN KARP 

Head of Art Department 





MRS. NANCY WRIGHT 
French 



FATHER WHITE 

Catholic Chaplain 





FALL 



WINTER 






SPRING 



SUMMER 




MRS. WILHELMINA B. THOMAS 

Secretary to the Headmaster 





MRS. MILDRED H. BAXTER 

School Secretary 



MRS. SARAH B. FARR 

Secretary 





MRS. ELIZABETH T. LINDSEY, R.N. 

School Nurse 



MRS. PAULA PINTO 

Librarian, Secretary 





MRS. BELLE G. URIE 

Laundry 



MRS. PHYLLIS CHAMPAGNE 

Housekeeper 





MRS. ANNETTE M. ROBERGE 
Admissions Secretary 



MR. FRANCIS CORMIER 

Maintenance 




MR. JOHN HORAN 
J. V. Football Coach 

J.V. Basketball Coach 

J.V. Baseball Coach 

Gym Supervisor 




MR. OSCAR BROWN 

Maintenance 





MR. WILLIAM JAMES 

Groundsman and Fireman 



MR. HORACE GOODWIN 

Maintenance 





MR. ALLAN GRINCAVICH 

Groundsman 



MR. ROBERT KITCHING 

Maintenance 





MR. VAL DAIGLE 

Head Chef 



MR. MARK CROWLEY 

Fireman 





MR. JOHN COLLINS 

Watchman 



MR. TED ROSEN 

School Tailor 




PILGRIM III 




MR. PAUL KLUMP 

Boat Captain 

Mrs. Klump, Paul Jr., and Mike 



MR. ROGER CONCANNON 

Assistant Boat Captain 





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Seniors 




SENIOR CLASS 




1st Row, L to R: Gannon, W.; Davis, V.; Tradd, R.; Boskovich, R.; Jackson, P.; McLaughlin, S.; 

Hodge, C; Rogers, B.; Johnson, D. 
2nd Row, L to R: Steed, G.; Walsh, D.; Sullivan, M.; Rafuse, W.; Robertson, W.; Jackson, W.; 

Durgin, D.; Shavers, F.; Miranda, J.; Mendez, J. 

3rd Row, L to R: Goodwin, E.; Ekdahl, S.; Winam, P.; Cahoon, M.; Papp, D.; Wonson, G.; 
Healy, M. 




CLASS OFFICERS 

L to R: 

Edward Goodwin, President 
Philip Jackson, Secretary 
Cyril Hodge, Vice President 
Robert Tradd, Treasurer 



RAYMOND BOSKOVICH 

"Bosco" South Boston, Mass. 

University of the Pacific 

1966-67 Varsity Football, Intramurals 

1967-68 Varsity Football, Varsity Hockey, Var- 
sity Lacrosse, Weight-Lifting, Ways and Means 
Committee, Geometry Award - Fall and Spring 

1968-69 Varsity Football, Varsity Hockey, Var- 
sity Lacrosse, Weight-Lifting, Art Club, Dorm 
Committee, Algebra II Award - Fall Term 





MARK CAHOON 

"Mark" Gloucester, Mass. 

Undecided 

1967-68 Intramural Basketball 

1968-69 Varsity Soccer, Intramural Basketball - 
League Championship Team 



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'Vinnie" 



VINCENT DAVIS 

Dorchester, Mass. 
Northeastern 



1967-68 Varsity Football Manager, Varsity Bas- 
ketball Manager 

1968-69 Varsity Football Manager, Varsity Bas- 
ketball Manager, Intramurals 





ANN DIBBLE 

"Ann" Thompson Island, Mass. 

University of Massachusetts 

1967-68 U. S. History Award - Fall Term, 
Treasurer, Honor Roll, Glee Club, Drama 
Club, Public Speaking Award 

1968-69 Computer Club, Drama Club, Editor of 
Driftwood, English Award - Fall Term, History 
Award - Fall and Winter Terms 



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DENNIS DURGIN 

"Dink" Jamaica Plains, Mass. 

Northeastern 

1966-67 Intramural Basketball 

1967-68 Varsity Football, Intramural Basketball, 
Varsity Lacrosse, Honor Roll 

1968-69 Varsity Football, Intramural Basketball, 
Varsity Lacrosse, Honor Roll 





STANTON EKDAHL 

"Stan" Manchester, N. H. 

Keene State 

1966-67 Intramural Basketball, Science Fair 
Award, Chess Club, Library Assistant 

1967-68 Varsity Cross Country, School Store, 
Intramural Basketball, Yearbook Staff 

1968-69 Varsity Soccer, Yearbook Business Edi- 
tor, School Store, Intramural Basketball, Chess 
Club, Monitor "A" Dorm 



WILLIAM GANNON 

"Action" Revere, Mass. 

Northeastern 

1968-69 Varsity Football, Varsity Hockey, News- 
paper Staff, Weight-Lifting, Dorm Committee, 
Honor Roll 





EDWARD GOODWIN 

"Goodie" Brockton, Mass. 

Bridgewater State 

1966-67 Intramural Basketball 

1967-68 Class President, Dorm Monitor, Head- 
waiter, Honor Roll, Intramural Basketball 

1968-69 Class President, "A" Dorm Monitor, 
Student Council, Headwaiter, Honor Roll, In- 
tramural Basketball 



MARK HEALY 

"Nanook" Miami, Fla. 

Brandywine 

1967-68 J. V. Football, Intramural Basketball, 
Weight-Lifting, Varsity Lacrosse 

1968-69 Varsity Football, Intramural Basketball 
- Championship Team 





CYRIL HODGE 

"Zero" New York, N. Y. 

C. W. Post 

1967-68 Varsity Basketball, Glee Club, Honor 
Roll 

1968-69 Varsity Basketball, Captain, Best De- 
fensive Player Award, Honor Roll, Drama Club, 
Newspaper Staff, Vice President of Senior Class, 
Computer Club, Yearbook Staff. Student Coun- 
cil, Physics Award - Winter Term 



PHILIP JACKSON 

"Slick" Dorchester, Mass. 

Morgan 

1966-67 Varsity Basketball 

1967-68 Varsity Basketball, Class Secretary, 

1968-69 Varsity Basketball, Yearbook Staff, 
Chess Club, Accounting Practice Award 





WAYNE JACKSON 

"Beast" Gloucester, Mass. 

Undecided 

1968-69 Varsity Football, Co-Captain Hockey, 
Dorm Committee, Student Council 



DALE JOHNSON 

"Dale" Essex, Mass. 

Boston University 
1967-68 Cross Country 
1968-69 Drama Club, Cross Country 





ALAN LABRIE 

"Big Al" Yarmouth, Mass. 

Miami Dade 

1964-65 J. V. Football, Vice President of Class 

1965-66 J. V. Football, J. V. Basketball, J. V. 
Baseball, Class President 

1966-67 J. V. Basketball, Varsity Baseball, 
Weight-Lifting, Vice President of Class 

1967-68 Intramural Basketball, League Cham- 
pions, Varsity Lacrosse, Varsity Football 

1968-69 Varsity Football, Varsity Lacrosse, Co- 
Captain 



PETER McANDREW 

"Lurch" Westerly, R. I. 

Boston College 

1968-69 Varsity Basketball, Drama Club, Chess 
Club, Computer Club, Yearbook Staff, Assist- 
ant Editor, Honor Roll, Math 22 Award - Fall 
and Winter 





JOSE MENDEZ 

"The Kid" Dominican Republic 

Northern Arizona 

1965-66 J.V. Football, J.V. Basketball, Varsity 
Baseball 

1966-67 Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball, 
Tennis 

1967-68 Cross Country, Varsity Baseball, Varsity 
Basketball, Vice President of Class 

1968-69 Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, 
Captain Chess Club, Honor Roll 



JOHN MIRANDA 

"Portugee" Falmouth, Mass. 

Seton Hall 

1966-67 Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, 
Varsity Baseball, Glee Club 

1967-68 Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, 
Varsity Baseball, Ways and Means Committee 

1968-69 Varsity Soccer, Varsity Basketball, Most 
Improved Player Award, Varsity Baseball, 
Honor Roll 





CHARLES NORTHROP 

"Buddy" Winthrop, Mass. 

University of Idaho 

1968-69 Varsity Football, Best Defensive Player, 
Chess Club 



DOUGLAS PAPP 

"Doug" Stamford, Conn. 

Art School 

1967-68 Intramural Basketball, Varsity Baseball 

1968-69 Intramural Basketball, Varsity Baseball, 
Varsity Soccer, Drama Club, Chess Club, Art 
Club, Yearbook Staff, Newspaper Staff 





WILLIAM RAFUSE 



"Bill" 



Lynn, Mass. 



A. I. C. 



1968-69 Varsity Football, Varsity Hockey, Co- 
Captain, Varsity Lacrosse, Weight-Lifting, 
Computer Club, Dorm Committee 



WILLIAM ROBERTSON 

"Bill" Cumberland, R. I. 

University of Miami 

1966-67 Intramural Basketball, Varsity Baseball 

1967-68 Varsity Football Manager, Varsity 
Hockey, Varsity Baseball 

1968-69 Varsity Soccer, Varsity Hockey, Most 
Improved Varsity Hockey Player, Drama Club, 
Yearbook 





BRUCE ROGERS 

"Brazuce" Lynnfield, Mass. 

Montana 

1965-66 Intramural Basketball 

1966-67 J.V. Football, Intramural Basketball, 
Honor Roll 

1967-68 Cross Country, Intramural Basketball, 
J.V. Baseball, Math Award, Honor Roll 

1968-69 Varsity Soccer, Intramural Basketball, 
Weight-Lifting, Honor Roll 



FREDDIE SHAVERS 

"Hatchet Man" Savannah, Ga. 

Undecided 

1966-67 Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball 

1967-68 Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, 
Varsity Lacrosse 

1968-69 Varsity Football Captain, Most Valu- 
able Player, Varsity Lacrosse, President of 
Student Council, Dorm Committee 





'Greg" 



GREGORY STEED 

Maiden, Mass. 
Art School 



1966-67 J.V. Football, Cross Country Manager, 
Intramural Basketball 

1967-68 Intramural Basketball 

1968-69 Intramural Basketball, Drama Club, Art 
Club 



MARTIN SULLIVAN 

"Sully" Chicopee, Mass. 

Northern Michigan 

1968-69 Varsity Football, Varsity Hockey, Var- 
sity Lacrosse, Newspaper Copy Editor, Drama 
Club, Honor Roll 





ROBERT TRADD 



"Bob" 



Malta pan, Mass. 



Harvard 



1967-68 Varsity Football, Intramural Basketball, 
Class Treasurer, Honor Roll, English, Chem- 
istry, Algebra II Awards - Fall Term, English, 
Algebra II Awards - Winter Term, Senior 
English Award 

1968-69 Varsity Baseball, Class Treasurer, Dorm 
Committee, Computer Club, Chess Club, 
Drama Club, Yearbook Editor-in-Chief, Honor 
Roll, U. S. History, Math 54 Awards - Fall 
Term, Math 54 Award - Winter Term 



DANIEL WALSH 

"Dirigible" Trenton, N. J. 

Art School 

1 967-68 Varsity Football, Weight-Lifting, Varsity 
Lacrosse, Glee Club 

1968-69 Varsity Football, Weight-Lifting, Varsity 
Lacrosse, Drama Club, Chess Club, Art Club 





PAUL WINAM 



"Wizard" 



Reading, Mass. 



Northeastern 



1965-66 J.V. Football, Varsity Basketball Man- 
ager, Varsity Baseball Manager, Weight-Lifting, 
Intramural Basketball 

1966-67 Varsity Football Manager, Varsity Bas- 
ketball Manager, Varsity Baseball Manager, 
Monitor "C" Dorm 

1967-68 Varsity Football, Weight-Lifting, Honor 
Roll 

1968-69 Varsity Football, Varsity Hockey Man- 
ager, Computer Club, Yearbook Staff, Drama 
Club, Honor Roll 



GARDINER WONSON 

"Caveman" Gloucester, Mass. 

University of Maine 

1968-69 Varsity Football, Intramural Basketball, 
Weight-Lifting, Chess Club, President, News- 
paper Staff, Yearbook Staff 





SANDOR Mclaughlin 

"Skip" Brighton, Mass. 

Graham Junior 

1966-67 Chess Club, Intramural Basketball 

1967-68 Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, 
Chess Club 

1968-69 Cross Country, Varsity Basketball, 
Chess Club, Varsity Lacrosse 



sports 




VARSITY FOOTBALL 




First Row: Cassano, M. Sullivan, Rafuse, Wonson, Shavers, Northrop, Boskovich, Mendez, Labrie. 
Second Row: Mr. Farr, J. Thomas, Gannon, C. Thomas, D. Walsh, D. Cahoon, Heath, D. Dibble, 
M. Healy, Winam, Mr. Tura. Third Row: Durgin, W. Jackson, Sims, King, Tarantino, A. Lee. 



Thompson Academy opened its season against a much larger Milford Academy team. Mil- 
ford proved to be too great an adversary for Thompson as the team went down to a sound defeat. 
The Homecoming game had a more pleasant outcome as Thompson showed the crowd their real 
worth, defeating Cardinal Gushing 25-0. The next game was against the Harvard Freshmen. Har- 
vard always presents a problem, and this year was no exception. Harvard beat Thompson 14-0 in 
a game that was hard fought all the way. Berwick was another hard fought game but once again a 
larger team proved to be the deciding factor as Thompson lost its third game. The team returned 
to the island to play Holderness. Although the team started off slowly, they picked up momentum 
and took the game by a score of 29-14. The last game of the season was Thompson's finest. Go- 
ing up against previously unbeaten Winchendon. Thompson brought home a 19-8 victory. 





GAMES 




Thompson 


6 


Milford 


43 


Thompson 


25 


Cardinal Gushing 





Thompson 





Harvard '"B" 


14 


Thompson 





Berwick 


14 


Thompson 


29 


Holderness 


14 


Thompson 


19 


Winchendon 


8 



VARSITY SOCCER 




Kneeling: N. Coates, Capt., Adams, Co-Capt. Sitting: Coach Merry, J. Healy, M. Gaboon, Papp, 
Miranda, Bergeron, Gorham, Golon, Warren. Standing: S. Glark, Robertson, Ekdahl, Ryden, 
Angelis, Rogers, Hardesty, Swindells, G. Glark, Gaynor. 



Soccer made its debut at Thompson Academy this year with Mr. Don Merry as coach. The 
team had plenty of spirit. Frank Warren made history at Thompson by scoring the first goal in a 
losing efi'ort to Thayer. Thompson went scoreless for the next two games until Go-Gaptain "Doc" 
Adams put one in against Providence Gountry Day. Still Thompson was without a win until the 
Christian High game. In this game the score remained tied at 0-0 until the second overtime. Then 
Tom Bergeron put in the winning goal for Thompson. This was recorded not only as Thompson's 
first win, but also as Thompson's first shutout. The rest of the season brought no more joy to this 
first soccer team, but a new sport has won itself a place at Thompson Academy. 





GAMES 




Thompson 


1 


Thayer 


8 


Thompson 





New Prep 


2 


Thompson 





Noble & Greenough 


5 


Thompson 





Assumption 


3 


Thompson 


1 


Providence Gtry Day 


2 


Thompson 





Milton 


3 


Thompson 


1 


Christian High 





Thompson 





Cambridge 


2 


Thompson 


1 


Belmont 


2 



CROSS COUNTRY 




Johnson, McLaughlin, Carter, Broadard, D. Walsh, DelValle, Griflfiths, Mr. Willis. 



Cross Country became a serious sport this year, and, under the guidance of Mr. Willis, the 
team participated in five dual meets as well as the New England Prep School Tournament. The 
season opened with a win against St. Andrews in a close meet, 29-27. In their second outing, 
Thompson again came home victorious beating Belmont Hill by score of 32-28. Thompson then 
lost their three remaining meets in close contests to teams from Thayer and Milton and a fired up 
St. Andrews team. 

We are looking forward to having Cross Country back next year, and hope that Mr. Willis' 
dedicated group will again represent Thompson in still another field of athletics. 





GAMES 




Thompson 


29 


St. Andrews 


27 


Thompson 


32 


Belmont Hill 


28 


Thompson 


34 


Thayer 


36 


Thompson 


29 


Milton 


35 


Thompson 


29 


St. Andrews 


31 



JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL 




Front Row: Bogus, Layne, Hiller, Hickory, Bishop. Second Row: O'NeiL Hulak, Abraham, 
Hanley, Lynch, King, Longo, Zaniboni, Kneeland, G. Lee, Hawley. Back Row: Mr. Thomas, 
Berard, Bass, Ridge, Kinsley, Szretter, M. Healy, Ledwell, Cassano, Muniz, Gallagher, Mr. Horan. 



This fall the J.V. Football team under the coaching of Mr. Thomas and Mr. Horan developed 
some fine players who will help to continue Thompson's tradition of outstanding football. Tom 
Cassano and Greg King were co-captains of a team that finished the season with a 3-1 record. 
After six weeks of practice, the J.V.'s met Milton Academy and defeated them 20-6. The next 
game was against Thayer Academy and resulted in the only loss for the J.V.'s. The next two games 
were convincing victories for the team as they rolled over Belmont Hill 14-8 and Governor Dum- 
mer 30-14. 

The time and effort that these boys put in on the practice field showed up in the games as 
their execution of plays and effective defense won them the respect of all the teams that they faced. 
Next year many of these boys will move up to the Varsity where the experience that they gained 
playing J.V. Football will help them to bolster the team. 



Thompson 
Thompson 
Thompson 
Thompson 



GAMES 

20 Milton Academy 6 

12 Thayer Academy 22 

14 Belmont Hill 8 

30 Governor Dummer 14 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 




First Row: J. Thomas, Mendez, Hodge, P. Coates. Second Row: Mr. Tura, P. Jackson, Miranda, 
D. Dibble, Bergeron. Third Row: Mr. Dibble, McAndrew, S. Clark, McLaughlin, Swindells. 



The Varsity Basketball team had a very successful season this year winning eleven games and 
losing only two. Lead by the co-captains Jose Mendez and Cyril Hodge, the two high scorers, this 
team showed everyone that Thompson is a basketball power. 

Under the fine coaching skill of our Headmaster, Mr. Dibble, the team developed an exciting 
style of play that proved to be effective against all but two of the defensive efforts of the opposing 
teams. 

The starting five was comprised of four seniors, the aforementioned Mendez and Hodge, plus 
John Miranda and Pete McAndrew, and sophomore Dave Dibble. These players, along with 
strong substitutes such as Jim Thomas and Sandy McLaughlin provided some of the most exciting, 
highest scoring basketball for T. A. in recent years. 

We are all looking forward to next year when members of this year's J.V. team join the Var- 
sity for another fine season. 



GAMES 



Thompson 


79 


Newman 


46 


Thompson 


100 


St. Andrews 


66 


Thompson 


87 


St. Andrews 


57 


Thompson 


97 


Cardinal Cushing 


79 


Thompson 


60 


Assumption 


72 


Thompson 


60 


P. C. D. 


75 


Thompson 


80 


Cardinal Cushing 


64 


Thompson 


85 


Christian 


68 


Thompson 


68 


Worcester "B" 


66 


Thompson 


79 


Thayer 


67 


Thompson 


78 


New Prep 


57 


Thompson 


96 


Alumni 


70 


Thompson 


56 


Thayer 


52 











THE STARTING FIVE 




Cyril Hodge, John Miranda, Peter McAndrew, Jose Mendez, David Dibble 



THE CO-CAPTAINS 




Jose Mendez and Cyril Hodge 



THE FIRST TEAM 




Paul Ross 
Ray Boskovich Steve Kinsley 



Wayne Jackson 
Bill Rafuse Bill Gannon 



THE CO-CAPTAINS 







Wayne Jackson and Billy Rafuse 



VARSITY HOCKEY 




First Row: Zaniboni, Boskovich, Bogus, Rafuse, Gorham, Kinsley. Second Row: Gannon, 
D. Walsh, F. Love, Jones, Adams, Mr. Rose. Third Row: Lopata, M. Sullivan, W, Jackson, 
Ross, Robertson, Winam. 



The Hockey team in its second year had a much improved record over last year's team. The 
final statistics gave the team a 4-3 season. In the beginning it appeared as though the team might 
go all the way as they took their first three games, but then stiff competition came from three of 
the last four opponents and Thompson was not equal to those more experienced teams. 

This year's team boasted some fine hockey players in Wayne Jackson, Billy Rafuse and Paul 
Ross. Jackson and Rafuse were captains this year and unfortunately will be lost to graduation, 
but Ross is an underclassman and will be back to play for Thompson next year. Also high among 
the scorers on this year's team was Billy Gannon who had three goals and two assists for a total 
of five points putting him fourth behind Rafuse with sixteen, Jackson with eleven and Ross with 
seven. 

Thanks to the coaching of Mr. Rose, Thompson can now claim an established hockey team 
with a bright future. 



JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 




First Row: N. Coates, Lynch, DelValle, Longo, Carter. Second Row: Bass, Paulsen, Hulak, Ridge. 
Third Row: Hickory, Abraham, C. Thomas, Ledwell, D. Cahoon, Hiller. 



This year's J.V. Basketball team had an undefeated season as they compiled a record of 
12-0. The J.V.'s had everything a good team needs. They had a powerful scoring punch from 
John Ridge and Bill Paulsen. Also, there was an aggressive defense led by captain Sammy Bass. 
Under the boards, Chucky Thomas and Doug Cahoon proved capable of holding oflf any threat 
from the opponents. Playmakers Tommy Hulak and Jerry Lynch set up and executed fine plays. 
In every way this was a well-drilled, well-balanced team. 

In the closest game of the season, the J.V.'s came from behind in the last seconds to beat 
Assumption by one point. This was accomplished after losing two of the starters by fouls in the 
third period. In another close game the J.V.'s were tied 26-26 with P.C.D. at half time. Then a 
skillfully executed full court press broke the game open as they went ahead and won by ten points. 

Much of the credit for this team goes to the excellent coaching of Mr. Horan who worked 
hard and saw his labors rewarded with a well-deserved undefeated season. 



Jritrmmraf Bas^dfa/r Cfiampions 



BOWDITCH LEAGUE 




Healy, M. Lee, A, 

Gallagher, C. Graham, J. 



Cahoon, M. 



FOUL SHOOTING CHAMPIONS 




Junior Champion 
Jerry Lynch 



Senior Champion 
Jose Mendez 



VARSITY BASEBALL 




Front Row: Bass, Ridge, D. Cahoon, Kinsley, Berard. Center: Mr. Thomas, Mendez, Miranda, 
Tradd, J. Thomas. Last Row: Paulsen, F. Love, Robertson, O'Neil, Papp. 



Mr. Thomas has taken on the added responsibility of coaching the Varsity Baseball team this 
year and the outlook for the coming season is good. Returning lettermen Jose Mendez, John Mir- 
anda, Walter Berard and Bill Robertson promise to add experience to this year's varsity squad. In 
addition, new players such as Bob Tradd and Doug Papp should prove to be welcome additions to 
the team. As the winter snows melt and the teams take to a sometimes muddy field, you will al- 
ways find Mr. Thomas and his assistant, Mr. Willis, out there with the boys trying to beat the clock 
and the weather to get in a good practice in anticipation of the first game. 

The one consoling factor is that the competition, too, is faced with the same problems. This 
year the competition should be stiff. The season opener against rival Christian High should be a 
real test of the capabilities of this year's team. We shall all be following the team through their 
twelve game schedule. 



VARSITY LACROSSE 




Front Row: Mr. Farr, Ledwell, Cassano, Dan Walsh, Bergeron, Boskovich, Shavers, D. Dibble, 
Durgin, A. Lee. Center: Mr. Merry, G. Lee, C. Thomas, M. Sullivan, Sims, Hanley, Gorham, 
Hawley. Back Row: Den Walsh, Abraham, Heath, Jones, Rafuse, Albertsen. 



This year the Lacrosse team will be in its second year and we can look forward to another 
exciting season from this club. Sharing the coaching responsibilities with Mr. Farr will be his 
assistant Mr. Merry. Both these men were outstanding Lacrosse players in college and remain 
dedicated to the sport now. The boys on the Lacrosse team are learning a great deal from these 
two fine coaches. 

After a winning season last year, the Lacrosse team is out to better their previous record. 
With eleven returning lettermen from last year the team should have the experience that it lacked. 
Stick handling and scooping will be stronger this year and this should add to the chances for a good 
season. 

The season opener this year will be against the Tabor J.V.'s. In a way it will be a home- 
coming, for Mr. Merry began his Lacrosse playing at that school. Last year the Lacrosse team 
tied Tabor in an exciting game that was hard fought by both teams. 

This year's twelve game schedule features four home games which were not possible last year 
for lack of a suitable field. Thanks to the efforts of the grounds crew, a suitable field has been 
cultivated allowing for these home games. 



JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL 




Front Row: Broadard, Colon, J. Healy, Lopata, Bogus, Longo. Center: Swindells, Ross, Hulak, 
Lynch, Zaniboni, Bishop, N. Coates. Back Row: Langlois, C. Clark, Graham, Goulding, P. Love, 
Garland. 



This year's J.V. Baseball team under the able coaching of Mr. Horan should prove to be a 
fast and exciting little team. The J.V. teams of the past have managed to compile an impressive 
record for Coach Horan and this year should be no exception. 

With new players such as Tony Longo and Brian Zaniboni, this year's squad should be among 
the school's finest. Returning from last year are boys like Tommy Hulak, a stiff competitor, and 
Norman Coates, an aggressive player in any sport. 

Mr. Horan will have until May 2nd before his opening game and this should give him the time 
to mold his boys into a smooth playing unit. 



WEIGHT-LIFTING 




i»!i«!#*^<-. 



Mendez, Rogers, Wonson, Mr. Tura, Gannon, Muniz, Krall. 



This year, with the addition of Mr. Tura to the faculty, great interest has developed in the 
fine art of weight-lifting. Each day a small, dedicated group of lifters descend into the depths of 
the dining hall building to punish their muscles. Bench pressing and curling are the two biggest 
activities of the weight-lifters, although others have branched out into other forms of exercises in- 
volving weights. 

Under Mr. Tura's guiding hand, the boys have developed a sensible program of lifting and 
slowly building themselves up. This planning is important to weight-lifting, and without the time 
and effort that Mr. Tura has devoted to weight-lifting, the fine program that we now have would 
not have been possible. 





Heath, J. Thomas, 

Mr. Pasquali, Mr. Rose. 



Gaynor, Mr. Pasquali 
Mr. Merry, Clark, S. 




Front Row: Mendez, Mr. Rose, 
Mr. Pasquali, Shavers, Northrop 
Back Row: Boskovich, 

W. Jackson, Tarantino 




VARSITY FOOTBALL 



Headmaster's Trophy 
Coaches' Trophy 
Sportsmanship Award 
Most Valuable Player Award 
Most Improved Player Award 
Best Defensive Player Award 



Jose Mendez 

Wayne Jackson 

Salvatore Tarantino 

Freddie Shavers 

Raymond Boskovich 

Charles Northrop 



VARSITY SOCCER 



Most Valuable Player Award 
Most Improved Player Award 



William Gaynor 
Stanley Clark 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 



High Scorer Award 

Most Improved Player Award 

Best Defensive Player Award 



Jose Mendez 

John Miranda 

Cyril Hodge 



VARSITY HOCKEY 



High Scorer Award 

Most Improved Player Award 

Best Defensive Plaver Award 



William Rafuse 

William Robertson 

Wayne Jackson 



JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 



High Scorer Award 

Most Improved Player Award 

Best Defensive Player Award 



John Ridge 
Charles Thomas 
William Paulsen 




Academic Awards 



SENIORS 

Front Row, L to R: Jackson, W., 
Hilly, R., Dibble, A. 

Back Row, L to R: Boskovich, R., 
McAndrew, P., Tradd, R., 
Savosik, M. 




Norman Coates, James Thomas, 
Jeffery Hardesty. 



SOPHOMORES 

Mark Ledwell, David Dibble, James 
Goulding. 



V^^s^ 



FRESHMEN 

John Del Valle, Paul Ross, Clifford 
Clark. 




Aoadanic Awards 



Civics 

Civics 

World History 

World History 

U. S. History 

Modern European History 

Mathematics 9 

Algebra I 

Algebra II 

Physics 

Mathematics 12 

Mathematics 22 

Mathematics 54 

Earth Science 

Biology 

Spanish I 

Spanish II 

French I 

French II 

French III 

Art 

Art 

Industrial Arts 

Industrial Arts 

Accounting Practices 

Business Law 

English I 

English II 

English III 

English IV 



FALL 

Clifford Clark 
Paul Ross 
Mark Ledwell 
James Goulding 
Robert Tradd 
Ann Dibble 
John Del Valle 
Clifford Clark 
Raymond Boskovich 
Jeffery Hardesty 
Wayne Jackson 
Peter McAndrew 
Robert Tradd 
Clifford Clark 
Edward Goodwin 
Mark Ledwell 
Gardiner Wonson 
Ellery Moulton 
James Thomas 
Norman Coates 
Douglas Papp 
Michael Savosik 
John Coffin 
Ronald Garland 
Richard Hilly 
Richard Hilly 
Paul Ross 
David Dibble 
Norman Coates 
Ann Dibble 



WINTER 

Peter Brown 
Lyndon Johnson 
Stanley Lopata 
Charles De Gaulle 
Norman Coates 
Ann Dibble 
John Del Valle 
Clifford Clark 
Ellery Moulton 
Cyril Hodge 
Edward Heath 
Peter McAndrew 
Robert Tradd 
Andrew Warhol 
Thomas Bergeron 
Mark Ledwell 
Fidel Castro 
Ellery Moulton 
David Dibble 
Norman Coates 
Daniel Walsh 
Pablo Picasso 
Clifford Clark 
Frank L. Wright 
Philip Jackson 
Mark Prew 
Clifford Clark 
Raymond Hanley 
Norman Coates 
Gardiner Wonson 





I 



Underdassmm 




CLASS OF 1970 




^-.SSlKf"!^ 




1st Row: Lee, A.; Bergeron, T.; Heath, E.; Thomas, C; Gallagher, C; Kneeland, L.; Coffin, J.; 
Cahoon, D.; Thomas,!. 2nd Row: Gaynor, W.; Bass, S.; Clark, S.; Love, F.; Garland, R.; Prew, 
M.; Coates, P.; Griffiths, K. 3rd Row: Milanese, S.; Muniz, L.; Krall, D.; Sims, R.; Curran, C; 
Hardesty, J.; Coates, N.; Hickory, W. 



CLASS 
OFFICERS 

Kevin Griffiths, Treasurer 

Thomas Bergeron, 
Vice President 

Edward Heath, President 

Louis Muniz, Secretary 




CLASS OF 1971 




1st Row: Lopata, S.; Hunt, D.; Broadard, M.; Healy, J.; Hanley, R.; Cassano, T. 2nd Row: 
Dibble, D.; Goulding, J.; Ledwell, M.; Kinsley, S.; Moulton, E.; Jones, L. 3rd Row: Bogus, B.; 
O'Neil. M.; Langlois, D.; Hiller, L.; Adams, W.; Berard, W.; Graham, J.; Angelis, G.; Hawley, 
C. 4th Row: Sullivan, J.; Gorham, E.; Abraham, T.; McAteer, R.; Hulak, T.; Warren, F.; Swin- 
dells, D. 




CLASS 
OFFICERS 

Raymond Hanley, Treasurer 

Walter Berard, President 

Ellery Moulton, Secretary 

Mark Broadard, 
Vice President 



CLASS OF 1972 




1st Row: Longo, A.; Love, P.; Clark, C; Colon, R.; Zaniboni, B.; Hammond, J. 2nd Row: 
Paulsen, W.; Del Valle, J.; Arce, E.; Lynch, G.; Lewis, C. 3rd Row: Carter, D.; Lee, G.; 
Layne, P.; Walsh, D.; Ross, P.; Bishop. W. 



CLASS OFFICERS 




David Carter, Treasurer; Gregory Lee, Vice President; John Del Valle, Student 
Council; William Bishop, President; Gerald Lynch, Secretary. 



A DORM 




1st Row: Longo, A.; Love, P.; Clark, C; Colon, R.; Zaniboni, B.; Hammond, J. 2nd Row: 
Mr. Tura; Goodwin, E.; Del Valle, J.; Gorham, E.; Arce, E.; Lynch, G.; Lewis, C; Paulsen, W.; 
Mr. Merry. 3rd Row: Carter, D.; Lee, G.; Layne, P.; Walsh, D.; Ross, P.; Bishop, W. 



B DORM 




1st Row: Goulding, J.; Ledwell, M.; Kinsley, S.; Jones, L.; Adams, W. 2nd Row: Bergeron, T.; 
Langlois, D.; Abraham, T.; O'Neil, M.; Moulton, E.; Berard, W.; Graham, J.; Angelis, G.; 
Cahoon, D. 3rd Row: Bogus, B.; Lopata, S.; Broadard, M.; Curran, C; Hunt, D.; Hanley, R.; 
Healy, J. 



C DORM 




1st Row: Kneeland, L.; Gallagher, C; Milanese, S.; Ridge, J.; Hiller, L. 2nd Row: Thomas, C; 
Swindells, D.; Coates, P.; Hickory, W.; Lee, A.; Bass, S.; Miranda, J. 3rd Row: Sullivan, J.; 
Hulak, T.; McAteer, R.; Warren, F.; Hawley, C; Griffiths, F. 

NEW DORM 




1st Row: Davis, V.; Walsh, D.; Heath, E.; Tradd, R.; Coffin, J.; Mr. Farr; McLaughlin, S.; 
Rogers, B.; Hodge, C; Johnson, D.; Mendez, J. 2nd Row: Gannon, W.; Gaynor, W.; Love, F.; 
Cassano, T.; Winam, P.; Rafuse, W.; Jackson, W.; Jackson, P.; Durgin, D.; Shavers, F.; Wonson, G.; 
Garland, R.; Papp, D. 3rd Row: Steed, G.; Muniz, L.; Krall, D.; Clark, S.; Sullivan, M.; Sims, R.; 
Robertson, W.; Boskovich, R.; Healy, M.; Cahoon, M.; Hardesty, J.; Prew, M.; Coates, N. 



/ /t / 





YEARBOOK STAFF 




1st Row: Muniz, L.; Winam, P.; Robertson, W.; Tradd, R.; Jackson, P.; Walsh, D. 
2nd Row: Hodge, C; Gaynor, W.; Ekdahl, S.; Papp, D. 



NEWSPAPER STAFF 




N^ 



1st Row: Krall, D.; Dibble, D.; Mendez, J.; Rogers, B.; Dibble, A.; Sullivan, M.; Gannon, W.; 
Papp, D. 2nd Row: Hodge, C; Wonson, G.; Walsh, D.; Jackson, P. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




1st Row: Bishop, W.; Del Valle, J.; Shavers, F.; Heath, E.; Thomas, J. 2nd Row: Goodwin, E.; 
Albertsen, M.; Mendez, J.; Dibble, D.; Hodge, C; Adams, W. 



COMPUTER CLUB 




Dibble, A.; Rogers, B.; Winam, P.; Papp, D.; Tradd, R.; Hodge, C. 



DRAMA CLUB 




1st Row: Swindells, D.; Hawley, C; Sullivan, M.; Mrs. Wright; Dibble, A.; 
Walsh, D.; Tradd, R.; Johnson, D. In a Row by Himself: Papp, D. 2nd 
Row: Gaynor, W.; Steed, G.; Winam, P.; McAteer, R.; Gallagher, C. 3rd 
Row: Krall, D.; Jackson, P.; Hodge, C.; Coates, N. 



April 10 and 11, 1969 

"GUYS AND DOLLS" 

Presented by the 
Thompson Academy Dramatic Club 

under the direction of 
Mrs. George Wright and Mr. David Farr 

Excerpts from "Guys and Dolls", a musical fable 
of Broadway, based on a 

Story by Damon Runyon 
Book by Swerling and Burrows 

Lyrics by Frank Loesser 
Art Director: Mr. Marvin Karp 



'GUYS AND DOLLS" 




CHESS CLUB 




1st Row: Muniz, L.; Krall, D.; Tradd, R.; Wonson, G.; Ekdahl, S. 2nd Row: Mendez, J.; Papp, 
D.; Rogers, B. 3rd Row: Hodge, C; Dibble, D.; McLaughlin, C; Jackson, P. 



MONITORS 




1st Row: Bergeron, T.; Gaboon, D.; Miranda, J. 2nd Row: Ekdahl, S.; Goodwin, E. 



ART CLUB 




Front Row: Mr. Karp 
2nd Row: Steed, G.; Papp, D.; Boskovich, R.; Walsh, D. 

3rd Row: Rogers, B. 




When I was a boy 




No, Mr. Tura, we don't know what 
happened to Mr. Merry. 



I think I'm 
gonna be sick! 



Bri^ QCcmus 





Nancy, he gave another one 
to his brother-in-law. 



It's almost as good 
\ as having a baby! 




Bri^ 



I'll bet anyone my kid can eat 
50 pieces of cake at one sitting. 





May I have 
the next dance? 




I just love to study! 



Homework paper? It's here somewhere. 



I love it, 
I love it, 
I love it. 




^(mces 



^^^^B^^Eaa 




■1 

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i4 



/4// /5' <7i«ef on the Eastern Front. 




Sad movies always make me cry. 




Peace for all. 




Ban? Ban? What's Ban? 



But daddy won't 
let me wear any- 
thing any shorter! 





The uniform 
will do it 
every time. 



. . . and after 
escaping Nazi 
Germany, I . . 




The kid takes a break. 




I don't care how many sisters you have. 
You can't wear nylons to practice. 



Bri^' 




Vehlly interesting! 



\ 




vx«_. ^ . i 

Who said thev onlv make locks at Yale? 



Hi, Fella. 




^imces 




1 know I'm not very good, but you 
didn't have to ruin my smile. 




Two bucks on Irish Rose in the fifth! 




So you say your 
girlfriend's away 
at school? 



This is Frank's 

Father — Frank 

won't be back 

this week . . . 




'Oil heat is the best . . . Take it from a pro!" 




A typical two boy room. 



SENIOR 
CLASS 



Roster of Studatis 

Boskovich, Raymond, 22 Millville St., Salem, N. H. 03079 
Cahoon, Mark, 515 Doremus Ave., Glen Rock, N. J. 07452 
Davis, Vincent, 34 Schuyler St., Dorchester, Mass. 02121 
Dibble, Ann, Thompson's Island, Boston, Mass. 02127 
Durgin, Dennis, 200 High St., Norwell, Mass. 02061 
Ekdahl, Stanton, 25 Portsmouth Ave., Manchester, N. H. 03103 
Gannon, William, 74 Haddon St., Revere, Mass. 02151 
Goodwin, Edward, 253 Pleasant St., Brockton, Mass. 02401 
Healy, Mark, 7650 S.W. 142 St., Miami, Fla. 33158 
Hodge, Cyril, 930 East 4th Walk, New York, N. Y. 10009 
Jackson, Philip, 86 Harold St., Roxbury, Mass. 021 19 
Jackson, Wayne, 101 Washington St., Gloucester, Mass. 01930 
Johnson, Dale, RFD Wood Drive, Essex, Mass. 01929 
Labrie, Alan, 127 Centre St., Yarmouth, Mass. 02675 
McAndrew, Peter, 85 Beach St., Westerly, R. I. 02891 
McLaughlin, Sandor, 242 N. Beacon St., Brighton, Mass. 02135 
Mendez, Jose, Kurn Hattin-Westminster, Vt. 05158 
Miranda, John, 20 Spring Bar Rd., Falmouth, Mass. 02540 
Northrop, Charles, 34 Sunnyside Ave., Winthrop, Mass. 02152 
Papp, Douglas, 1418 High Ridge Rd., Stamford, Conn. 06903 
Rafuse, William, 84 Adams St., Lynn, Mass. 01902 
Robertson, William, 132 Meadow Ave., Cumberland, R. I. 02864 
Rogers, Bruce, 21 Sylvan Circle, Lynnfield, Mass. 01940 
Shavers, Freddie, 533 E. Macon St., Savannah, Ga. 31401 
Steed, Gregory, 5 Spring St., Maiden, Mass. 02148 
Sullivan, Martin, 110 Hampden St., Chicopee, Mass. 01013 
Tradd, Robert, 105 Woodbole Ave., Mattapan, Mass. 02126 
Walsh, Daniel, 1505 Edgewood Ave., Trenton, N. J. 08618 
Winam, Paul, 123 Lowell St., Reading, Mass. 01867 
Wonson, Gardiner, 1 Clarendon St., Gloucester, Mass. 01930 



JUNIOR 
CLASS 



Albertsen, Mark, 4 Kenyon Lane, Cape Elizabeth, Me. 04107 
Bass, Sammy, 21 Park St., Hyde Park, Mass. 02136 
Bergeron, Thomas, 23 Murray Ave., North Adams, Mass. 01247 
Cahoon, Douglas, 12 Linden St., Ipswich, Mass. 01938 
Clark, Stanley, 23 Floradale Ave., Wilmington, Mass. 01887 
Coates, Norman, 98 Chatham St., Worcester, Mass. 01609 
Coates, Pearlie, 120 West 91st St., New York, N. Y. 10024 
Coffin, John, 62 Orne St., Marblehead, Mass. 01945 
Curran, Charles, Holmes St., Carver, Mass. 02330 
Daley, Richard, 12 Elnew Ave., Beverly, Mass. 01915 
Flanagan, Patrick, 213 Austin St., New Bedford, Mass. 02740 
Gallagher, Charles, 89 Parker St., Chelsea, Mass. 02150 
Garland, Ronald, 441 Ferry St., Everett, Mass. 02149 
Gaynor, William, 59 Boynton Rd., Medford, Mass. 02155 
Griffiths, Kevin, 73 Bunker Hill St., Charlestown, Mass. 02129 
Hardesty, Jefferey, Sachem Rd., Weston, Conn. 06880 
Heath, Edwafd, 62 Johnston Rd., Dorchester, Mass. 02124 
Hickory, William, Leland Hill Rd., Sutton, Mass. 01587 
King, Gregory, 54 Weyland St., Wollaston, Mass. 02170 
Kneeland, Lewis, Hyde Park Ave., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 02130 
Krall, Donn, 1361 Providence Rd., Whitinsville, Mass. 01588 
Lee, Archie, 1 1 1 Monticello Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 02125 
Love, Frank, 18 Coach Rd., Walpole, Mass. 02081 
Milanese, Stephen, 153 Lake Shore Drive, Westwood, Mass. 02090 
Muniz, Louis, 64 Alexander St., Dorchester, Mass. 02125 
Prew, Mark, 34 Farwell Ave., Melrose, Mass. 02176 
Ridge, John, 5 Loring St., So. Boston, Mass. 02127 
Sims, Ruben, 427 West 26th St., New York, N. Y. 10001 
Thomas, Charles, 10 E. BrooklineSt., Boston, Mass. 
Thomas, James, North Edgecome, Maine 



Abraham, Tyler, 6 Brookview St., Dorchester, Mass. 02124 

Adams, WilHam, 186 Converse St., Longmeadow, Mass. 01 106 

Angelis, George, Box 52, Rutland, Vt. 05701 

Berard, Walter, 157 Lincoln Ave., Amherst, Mass. 01002 

Bogus, Bryan, 232 Central Ave., Chelsea, Mass. 02150 

Broadard, Mark, 1486 A Washington St., Boston, Mass. 02118 

Cassano, Thomas, 16 Federal St., Nantucket, Mass. 02554 

Dibble, David, Thompson's Island, Boston, Mass. 02127 

Gorham, Edward, 498 Elm Rd., Walpole, Mass. 02081 

Goulding, James, 1 1 Acorn Drive, Auburndale, Mass. 02166 

Graham, James, 78 Washington Elms, Cambridge, Mass. 02139 

Hanley, Raymond, 164 Monticello Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 02125 

Hawley, Christopher, 41 Washington St., Holliston, Mass. 01746 

Healy, Jon, 7650 SW 142 St., Miami, Fla. 33158 

Hiller, Larry, 218 Lake Shore Rd., Brighton, Mass. 02135 

Hulak, Thomas, 931 East 4th St., So. Boston, Mass. 02127 

Hunt, Dennis, 7 Everett St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 02130 

Jones, Leon, 17 Main St., Southboro, Mass. 01772 

Kinsley, Stephen, 97 Hudson St., Somerville, Mass. 02144 

Langlois, Daniel, 532 Faunce Corner Rd., No. Dartmouth, Mass. 02747 

Ledwell, Mark, 90 Corcoran Park, Cambridge, Mass. 02138 

Lopata, Stanley, 17 Corwin St., Dorchester, Mass. 02122 

McAteer, Robin, 176 Farm Rd., Sherborn, Mass. 01770 

Moulton, Ellery, 760 Hancock St., Quincy, Mass. 02169 

O'Neil, Matthew, 122 Corning Rd., Norwich, Conn. 06360 

Sullivan, James, 19 Exchange Ave., Medford, Mass. 02155 

Swindells, David, 181 Jelliff Mill Rd., New Canaan, Conn. 06840 

Warren, Frank, 221 E. Basin St., Norristown, Pa. 19401 



SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 



Arce, Eugene, 21 Seaview Ave., Marblehead, Mass. 01945 
Bishop, William, 23 Minerva St., Swampscott, Mass. 01907 
Brown, Peter, 249 Western Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 02139 
Carter, David, 20 Windsor St., Roxbury, Mass. 02120 
Clark, Clifford, 23 Floradale Ave., Wilmington, Mass. 01887 
Colon, Ruben, 64 Alexander St., Dorchester, Mass. 02125 
DelValle, John, 130 Columbia St., New York, N. Y. 10002 
Hammond, Jeffrey, 35 N. Grand Ave., Falmouth, Mass. 02540 
Layne, Philip, 149 Chilton St., Cambridge, Mass. 02138 
Lee, Gregory, 1 1 1 Monticello Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 02125 
Lewis, Charles, 43 Emerson St., Winchester, Mass. 01890 
Longo, Anthony, 126 Prince St., Boston, Mass. 021 13 
Love, Patrick, 835 West Chester Pike, West Chester, Pa. 19380 
Lynch, Gerard, 51 Logan Way, So. Boston, Mass. 02127 
Paulsen, William, 278 E. 9th St., So. Boston, Mass. 02127 
Ross, Paul, 1280 Columbia Rd., So. Boston, Mass. 02127 
Walsh, Dennis, 85 Draper St., Dorchester, Mass. 02122 
Zaniboni, Brian, 46 Paris St., Everett, Mass. 02149 



FRESHMAN 
CLASS 



CONGRATULATIONS 



TO 



CLASS OF 1969 



Ben Ames Williams, Jr. 



Compliments of 



Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Love 



and 
Family 



From a Friend 



Good Luck 





Class of 1969 


Compliments 




of a 


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1^'riend 






Congratulations 


Best Wishes 


with the best of luck 




Mr. V. Daigle 


to the 


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Stillman-McAndrew Travel 



15 Railroad Ave. 



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Class of 1969 



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44 SCHOOL STREET 



BOSTON, MASS. 



TEL. 523-5803 



Compliments of 



CITY POINT PHARMACY 



SUPPLYING THE ISLAND'S 



PHARMACEUTICAL NEEDS 



854 E. 4th St. and O St. 



South Boston, Mass. 



Reardoii's Flower Shop 



700 East Broadway 



Corner of K Street 



South Boston, Mass. 02127 



268-4550 



Est. 1931 



Congratulations 

to the 
Class of 1969 

Mr. and Mrs. Dibble 



Congratulations 

to the 
Class of 1969 

PUBLIC LANDING, INC. 

Famous Fried Clams 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 1969 

from 

A Trustee 



PLEASURE BAY S 



'Garden of Eat in" 



Steak House 'n Lounge 



P and East Sixth Streets 
South Boston, Mass. 

Available for Weddings, 
Parties and Banquets 



Congratulations 
Class of 1969 



MEL HOWARD 

School Photographer 



HOWARD STUDIO 



292 Main Street Hyannis, Mass. 



Congratulations CLASS OF 1969 




REYNOLDS DeWALT 
PRINTING Inc. 

INDUSTRIAL PARK 
NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 



Specialists in 
LETTERPRESS / OFFSET COLOR and SILK SCREEN PRINTING 

Up-to-date facilities located in spacious Industrial Park 
A modern well-staffed art department